The newly launched Real to Reel exhibition at the Imperial War Museum London goes behind the camera to discover the inspirations for War movies. A particular favourite in the office in Saving Private Ryan…
The Imperial War Museum shop has lots of exciting products to accompany the exhibition which include Whisky Candles, Bourbon Candles and Light-Boxes (pictured). The products are great as gifts or even to add a vintage touch to your home!
The sweet Sewing Kit from the Imperial War Museums shop features in all its glory in this months Woman Alive magazine. The vintage crafts travel set is full of bright colours and part of the make do and mend collection. Whether replacing a button or sewing up a tear, this problem solver is sure to come in hand during short trips away.
The Leather-Bound Notebook from the Imperial War Museums shop is a stationery treasure in this weeks ShortList. Bound with natural paper, this replicates the notebooks soldiers carried around while on active service.
Our product of the week is the Duxford Eagles slogan tee from the Imperial War Museums shop. Make a statement this Spring in retro style with this navy fashion essential. Perfect for any occasion, any person, for any reason!
Home Shopping Spy encourage all readers to celebrate Love Your Pet Day with the British Bulldog Salt & Pepper Shakers from the Imperial War Museums shop. The perfect gift for all dog lovers and pet appreciators, these will add a charming touch to any kitchen table.
The retro Jelly Sweethearts Jar from the Imperial War Museums shop has featured on Lady.co.uk as a top edible gift for her this Valentine’s Day. Buy your loved one something sweet that you can share and enjoy together!
The Lipstick Pen from the Imperial War Museum shop is celebrated in The JC for being an imaginative take-home gift to make your day complete. A unique table present for all make-up and note-taking lovers!
The Vintage Pill Box & Lip Balm from the Imperial War Museum shop has featured on Radio Times as ‘a very proper Christmas gift for the Downton Abbey fan in your life’. It gets better … the tiny trinket is filled with a lip balm to protect your lips from the frosty weather – classy and convenient!
The Daily Mail has snapped up three marvellous make-up bags from some of the best museums in London. Including the bright pink flamingo make-up bag from the Natural History Museum shop, the Lee Miller self-portrait make-up bag from the Imperial War Museum shop, and the printed leather cat pouch from the Royal Academy of Arts shop – these are guaranteed to be beautiful and unique gifts for someone special … or even for yourself!
With the cold weather starting to settle in and Christmas on the horizon, we are ready to put our chef hat on and start baking with the Gingerbread Family Gift Set from the Imperial War Museum Shop
Run, run, as fast as you can, You can’t catch me, I’m the gingerbread man!